Career Opportunities & Progression
The ACCA qualification provides a highly valuable qualification and excellent career opportunities and members are provided with opportunities to contiinue the learning process throughout their career. The range of educational opportunities includes undergraduate and postgraduate degree qualifications.
The unique partnership between the ACCA and Oxford Brookes University allows ACCA students to study for a BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, whilst taking their ACCA exams.
The ACCA Qualification exam syllabus is divided into two levels; Fundamentals and Professional. The course in completed within a three year period.
The ACCA Accounting route to Professional status is designed to provide the accounting knowledge, skills and professional values which will deliver finance professionals who are capable of building successful careers across all sectors.
What are the benefits to my Career or Academic opportunities?
There are various entry points on to the ACCA Qualification, depending on your previous academic qualifications. The Minimum entry requirements:
The ACCA Qualification exam syllabus is divided into two levels; Fundamentals and Professional.
The Fundamentals level is divided into two modules; (9 Papers in total)
The Knowledge module introduces you to the core areas of financial and management accounting, providing the platform from which the other technical accountancy areas will be studied in greater detail.
The Skills module contains six subjects which comprehensively cover the main technical areas that any accountant, regardless of their future career aspirations, is expected to have mastered.
BSc (Hons) Degree in Applied Accounting is awarded to students who successfully complete the Research and Analysis Project (RAP) is the final component of the BSc degree and consists of two separate documents; a 6,500 word Research Report (RR) and a 2,000 word Skills and Learning Statement (SLS). You are also required to give a presentation on the project to your project mentor. Gaining the BSc (Hons) in Applied Accounting, awarded by Oxford Brookes University, you will not only demonstrate to potential or existing employers that you possess all the relevant graduate skills to equip you for a brilliant career in accounting and finance, but that it is from a university that has a reputation for excellence.
The Professional level is divided into two modules; Essentials and Options. (5 Papers in total)
Both these modules have been set at an intellectual level equivalent to that expected of a student taking a Masters degree. The focus of the syllabuses at this level is to build upon the technical skills already acquired and explore more advanced professional skills, techniques and values that are required and used by the expert accountant acting in an advisory or consultancy role at a senior level. All students have to complete the three papers in the Essentials module. The Options module contains four papers, but you only need to complete two.
Options (two to be completed)
Students will sit ACCA examinations in both June and December of each year of study. In order to qualify as a member of the ACCA the following must be completed:
Dorset College is a registered computer-based examination centre - this facility allows students the option to sit Papers F1, F2 and F3 online.
Address: Dorset College, 66 Dorset Street Lower, Dublin 1
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